Susan Jameson signed 10 by 8 When the Boat comes in,The Likely Lads, New Tricks, etc
Susan Jameson is married to actor James Bolam Her television roles include Myra Booth in Coronation Street, Kate in Take Three Girls and Jessie Seaton in When the Boat Comes In. She played Emma Lambe in the third series of All in Good Faith, and John Duttine's second wife in the BBC drama To Serve Them All My Days. She also starred in a children's comedy series, Bad Boyes, in which she played the eponymous lead character's mother (two series, 1987–88).
She has featured with her husband, Bolam, in several series including an early episode of The Likely Lads, New Tricks, Grandpa In My Pocket and an ITV legal drama entitled Close and True (screened in 2000), which also starred Robson Green.
Her guest appearances include UFO, Space: 1999, Z Cars, Special Branch, Dalziel and Pascoe, Hi-de-Hi! and Holby City.
In 2009, she was one of five actresses (alongside Emilia Fox, Barbara Flynn, Samantha Bond and Diana Quick) to portray Queen Elizabeth II in Channel 4's series The Queen.
She is also a regular in BBC produced Doctor Who audios, playing Mrs Wibbsey, the Doctor's housekeeper, in three series with Tom Baker, Hornets' Nest (2009), Demon Quest (2010) & Serpent Crest (2011). This was not her first foray in to the world of Doctor Who having played Mrs Moynihan in an early Big Finish Productions Doctor Who audio play, The Spectre of Lanyon Moor opposite Colin Baker and Nicholas Courtney. Jameson is also known as an audio book narrator, especially of Catherine Cookson novels.
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